‘GET EM OUT OF HERE’: Insane Judge Denies Free Speech Defense in Trump Protester Case (VIDEO)

A judge has denied President Trump’s free speech defense against a lawsuit claiming he incited violence.

A federal judge rejected President Donald Trump’s defense of free speech after he said, “Get em out of here,” at a Louisville, Kentucky rally during the 2016 Presidential campaign when protesters attempted to disrupt the event.

President Trump’s lawyers attempted to dismiss the lawsuit that the three protesters filed, which claims they were ‘roughed up’. It is clear that when Trump said “get ’em out of here” he was not intending for the audience to use force.

The left’s protesters are known for being vehemently anti-Trump even to the point where they have acted out violently even though there was never an ‘incitement’ by a speaker. The minute their behavior receives a negative response from a right-wing critic, they begin claiming that they have been victimized – typical liberal mentality. They can dish it but they sure as hell cannot take it.

A report from the AP read:

Judge David J. Hale in Louisville ruled Friday that the suit against Trump, his campaign and three of his supporters can proceed.

Hale found that there are ample facts supporting the allegation that the protesters’ injuries were a “direct and proximate result” of Trump’s actions.

“It is plausible that Trump’s direction to ‘get ’em out of here’ advocated the use of force,” Hale wrote.

The claim is faulty at best and the video clearly shows then-candidate, Trump saying simply to “get them out of here”. The rude protesters disrupted an event. Their behavior was tactless and vile and what Trump said in no way incited violence. Just like they did with Milo and the Leslie Jones situation, the media and the leftist establishment are going to spin this in favor of the protesters.

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